I will have to correct you on this one. The Danes started building colonies/forts in the Caribbean on St. Thomas and St. John (known as St. Jan in Danish) and later on, on St. Croix. And therefore should be corrected on your map. Regarding Argentina, there were around 13.000 Danes who settled down in Argentina in between the late 1840s to the early 1930s, but calling this a colonization is entirely wrong - as it is merely considered an period of immigration. The Danes has been settling and colonizing the aforementioned islands from the late 1660s under King Frederik III. But Denmark has have had colonies since 1620s under the rule of King Christian IV. Looking forward to try the map! Where can I find it? J.